Webinar: Making the Job Match: Strategies to Address Employers "Multi-Tasking"
Thursday: March 20, 2014
1:00 - 2:30 p.m. (ET)
12:00 - 1:30 p.m. (CT)
- Rob Hoffman
Owner/Senior Consultant, Employment Analytics
- Jill Houghton
Organization Development Specialist, Southeast TACE
Most all of us have experienced a situation where a potential position would be a good match but there are a couple of required duties (essential functions) or skills that that prevent the job seeker from meeting the minimum qualifications. This presentation will explore strategies we can use in these situations and, a process that helps identify opportunities that are often overlooked. We’ll cover some of the strategies used with customized employment such as carving and streamlining duties with a heavy emphasis on using a business approach. We will also discuss a process used in the planning process that results in identifying more potential job opportunities and increases the likelihood of better job matches.
- Gain an understanding of strategies to consider when faced with positions that require duties/tasks that may rule out a job seeker we are supporting
- Increase knowledge of customized employment, specifically strategies to approach carving and/or streamlining positions
- Increase knowledge of using a business approach to customized employment i.e. cost/benefit analysis, proposals and negotiation
- Gain an understanding of strategies used in the career planning process that guides the job seeker and their team to identify more potential job opportunities.
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